First, let me preface by saying i've read through James Maivald's Designer's Guide to InDesign and XML, but i'm still really confused.
I have an XML document that looks like:
<foo> <bar> <one>1234</one> <two>5678</two> <three>9101112</three> </bar> (multiple more bar elements) </foo>
In an ideal world, I would be able to import this document into InDesign with the following "table"
| Alpha | (one's value) | | Beta | (two's value) | | Delta | (three's value) |
With the tables repeating, of course.
I can't seem to find a good guide to making this work - even basic XML import was a little challenging, though I finally got that working. Do I need to use XSLT to transform the document into an equal number of cells, or can someone tell me what I need to complete the process? Is there a better reference for XML in InDesign that specifically covers table shenanigans?